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The following books were reviewed in this issue of Voices.

Globalize This!
The Battle Against the World Trade Organization and Corporate Rule

Edited by Kevin Danaher and Roger Burbach
Common Courage Press, 2000

The Maquiladora Reader
Cross-Border Organizing Since NAFTA

Edited by Rachael Kamel and Anya Hoffman
American Friends Service Committee, 1999

State of the World 2000
by Lester R. Brown, Christopher Flavin, Hilary French, others.
W.W. Norton & Co., 2000

Vital Signs 2000
The Environmental Trends That are Shaping Our Future

By Lester R. Brown, Michael Renner, Brian Halwell, others.
W.W. Norton & Co., 2000

Organic Food Markets in Transition
Policy Studies Report No. 14

By Carolyn Dimitri, Economic Research Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, and
Nessa J. Richman, Henry A. Wallace Center for Agricultural and Environmental Policy
Henry A. Wallace Center for Agricultural and Environmental Policy, April 2000

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– W.H. Murray in The Scottish Himalayan Expedition.



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